Giotto crucifix back in church after intensive restoration
Catholic World News - October 14, 2010
A magnificent crucifix designed by Giotto has been returned to display in All Saints church in Florence, Italy, after an arduous 5-year restoration effort. The 14th-century work had been severely damaged by dust and grime, and was nearly unrecognizable when experts began the delicate process of repairing and restoring it.
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